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Last week, Kodak Black was recently sentenced to nearly 4 years in prison on gun charges. In August he lied on background forms when purchasing handguns. He did the same thing just months later for a second time. He has now been hit with two additional weapon charges that could give him more time behind bars.
The Miami-Adde State Attorney’s office has charged Kodak with two counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. If convicted on these new charges, Kodak could serve up to 30 years in prison on each count as a “habitual violent offender.”
According to court documents filed today, prosecutors filed one count for a gun purchased by Kodak in January; he returned the following month to pick up the gun. The second charge stemmed from a gun found on Kodak when he was taken down in May at Rolling Loud.
Authorities found both of his handguns during previous arrests, one back in January and one in April. Kodak was reportedly found with eight grams of marijuana and his handgun while crossing the Canada-U.S. border.
Written by Clarke Jones
Source: The Shaderoom